WG Kaspar wrote:I'll wait till you finish it. I have my own opinions on this.
I'll definitely be up for talking about it!
WG Kaspar wrote:Overwatch is one I've been thinking of getting but am undecided at the moment.
algroth wrote:joels344 wrote:Excellent review, Ale! Interesting that you drew comparisons between that game, Children of Men and Neon Genesis Evangelion.
Hope you play the game some day.
fange wrote:One of the things i really dislike in this life is people raising their voices in German.
PENK wrote:I also started playing the new Torment game, which is bonkers but very enjoyable. It's a strange cyberpunk/dying-world fantasy thing with reams of text to get through and it's interesting in that it encourages you to avoid combat and focus on other things.
PENK wrote:Recently I've been on The Witcher III. It's absorbing and fun to play, and it has a good gameworld to get stuck into, but it's too big. I'm about halfway through, I think, and getting a little jaded. I want results rather than having to spend time on gradually-more-tedious side quests to help boost my stats and gear.
Toby wrote:I'm playing Jedi Outcast (2002) again. I love playing old games.
Toby wrote:Deebank wrote:Toby wrote:I'm playing Jedi Outcast (2002) again. I love playing old games.
Get a Mac!
I've had one for about 15 years.
Griff wrote:The notion that Jeremy Corbyn, a lifelong vocal proponent of antisemitism, would stand in front of an antisemitic mural and commend it is utterly preposterous.
Copehead wrote:we have lost touch with anything normal
martha wrote:I absolutely love it. Best videogame Kickstarter I've done to date, although Wasteland 2, Undertale, and Double-Fine were all worthy contributions too.
Planescape torment was one of my all-time favorite games. I think this is a worthy successor.